It’s been a while since DAYS spoilers left off with us seeing Sami Brady DiMera kidnapped in Salem, but that won’t stop us from wondering what really happened to her.
DAYS Spoilers Speculation
She’s definitely missing, she’s definitely out of touch, and she’s definitely in trouble. But where is she exactly? What almost 2,000 voters suspect:
You Know Where To Go
EJ DiMera (Dan Feuerriegel) was furious to learn that Sami (Alison Sweeney) cheated on him with Lucas Horton (Bryan Datillo). This is why 41% of you have no doubt that it was EJ who had his wife snatched and sent to the same island where all DiMeras dump people who are inconveniencing them. Maybe she and Sarah Horton (Linsey Godfrey) can hang out?
DAYS Spoilers: Speak Of the Devil
And speaking of Kristen DiMera (Stacey Haiduk), a smaller 27% of the audience think she’s the one who got her sister-in-law and banished her. Maybe she thought Sarah needed the company. Maybe she wanted to get back at Sami for cheating on EJ. Maybe she’s just mean, mean, mean… Now, where have we heard that about her before?
Strangers In the Night
It wasn’t the DiMeras, 22% of you are confident. You’re less confident about who it was, settling for a vague “someone else.” Well, Sami has pissed off a lot of people in her life. Now that we’re talking about her evil past – with Johnny’s (Carson Boatman) movie – maybe it was Belle Brady (Martha Madison), still mad about that whole kidnapped me as a baby thing. Or maybe… the devil made Doug Williams (Bill Hayes) do it…
Out Of Sight, Out of Mind
Only 10% of viewers are pointing the finger at Ava Vitali (Tamara Braun), suggesting she had Sami kidnapped and sent off to Mafia land. To keep her away from Rafe Hernandez (Galen Gering)? Because she’s also a pretty mean person? Your guess is as good as ours!
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